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James Gardiner-3
The main issue here is that tightVNC appears to be "not" moving forward.
The current version was released about when windows 8 came out..  So it still worked under windows 8, 8.1  and now 10..  But there appears to be no tweaking of it to suite the newer windows OSs.  
This to anyone looks bad, move to next actively improving VNC version.

So what if its solid.. great.   But you also need to look like a project that is evolving..

We need a new release that is tweaked to windows10 period if you want tightVNC to keep its following..  And I do..

There must be some type of improvements we can do?
What is on the bug/request tracker..

James


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Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2015 16:18:56 -0700
From: Jim <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: Is TightVNC dead?
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+1 for X-Windows

The X-Windows/X-Term architecture has much more flexibility than Patrick
described and has been part of the *nix world for a long time.  As he
says, X is more efficient than VNC across a network since it sends only
events and not graphics.  You can have multiple displays running
remotely from a single Ubuntu system each one independent of the others
- I think that's an additional license fee on Windows.

X-Windowing for Windows is available as part of cigwin:

http://x.cygwin.com/

For security reasons, remote sessions have been removed from the default
configuration (on Linux and Windows) for a number of years, but I think
can still be enabled with a simple configuration change.

If you're currently running within X then the -X option to ssh will let
you run graphical programs remotely while viewing the windows on your
display - I didn't know that putty would do the same, but I'm not surprised.

There are other VNC-like technologies that are used as part of
virtualization on Linux - don't really follow that world, but a little
research should find them.


On 11/18/2015 04:09 PM, Patrick Shoaf wrote:
> Actually, there is a way to display apps running on Linux on a Windows
> machine.
> Install on windows putty and Cygwin-X.  Configure putty to allow X11
> forwarding. Start your Cygwin-X server session, SSH into you Linux box
> with putty, and start your application.  Ex Firefox&  I use the & to
> put the program in the back ground and not tie up the SSH session.
> You will then see Firefox on your Windows desktop.  The application
> will run and process on the Linux Box, files will be uploaded and
> downloaded and stored on the Linux Box, only the display, keyboard and
> mouse data will traverse any network.  Better performance than using
> VNC, as you are only transferring the window data, not the entire
> desktop data.  Less data to transfer, faster performance.
>
> On on local 1G LAN, there is minimal difference in performance between
> RDP and VNC.  Difference is more in features, RDP provides, Drive
> mapping, printer mapping, clipboard sharing, etc. VNC provides File
> Transfer and some clipboard sharing.  VNC is the best solution for
> support on a network.
>
> *Patrick Shoaf*
> IT Special Projects
> [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>
>
> *Model Cleaners, Uniforms & Apparel
> Model Ohio Enterprises dba The Fussy Cleaners*
> 100 Third Street
> Charleroi, PA 15022
> Direct Dial: 724-565-2033
> 724-489-4386 Fax
> www.modelcleaners.com <http://www.modelcleaners.com>
> www.modelapparel.com <http://www.modelapparel.com>
> www.modeluniforms.com <http://www.modeluniforms.com>
> www.thefussycleaners.com <http://www.thefussycleaners.com>
>
> On 11/18/2015 5:48 PM, Russell Reagan wrote:
>> Only my opinion, but VNC is not in the same ballpark as Microsoft's Remote Desktop Services or similar products (Citrix, etc). VNC has its place, typically more in remote administration of Linux/Mac or remote controlling PCs for desktop support. RDS is built for application delivery even over slow connections. VNC is fine for quick system administration activities, but if I had to use it to perform my day to day job on a remote computer all day long, I would find a different job. There is a big difference in what RDS/Citrix are doing and what VNC does.
>>
>> As for securing the connection, if this is an office environment, is there a VPN in place? A VPN with two-factor authentication will be more secure than anything where you are forwarding ports that are open to the entire internet.
>>
>> What kinds of Windows 10 security issues are you trying to overcome? I am not aware of anything bad enough to warrant changing platforms. If you are switching because you like Linux better, that's fine. But Windows is pretty secure if it's configured properly, so I am curious what you mean by this.
>>
>> The short answer is, there is no Linux equivalent of RDS/Citrix. Well, maybe a VDI solution like VMWare View would get you close, but for that you are talking major IT infrastructure needs, and the large cost that comes with it.
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Nov 18, 2015, at 8:28 AM, Mark Foley<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>>>
>>> My apologies for expressing my frustration. Yes, I've been frustrated. I've had
>>> other private responses to this message with most people saying everything works
>>> just fine for them, mature product, etc. I understand low list traffic being
>>> relatied to a lack of problems, which is good. At the same time, I'm not getting
>>> responses to my questions, hence my irritating post. No offense intended.
>>>
>>> My problem is everything doesn't work just fine for me which is why I turned to
>>> this list for help.  Perhaps it's the combination of tools I'm using.  Perhaps no
>>> one knows the answer.  I've posted questions, but have not received much
>>> feedback.  I will restate my issues here and hopefully people with knowledge
>>> about these things can help.
>>>
>>> My setup is using TightVNC viewer 2.7.10 on Windows 7 via ssvnc 1.0.30 to
>>> connect to x11vnc server 0.9.13 on Ubuntu 14.04.
>>>
>>> 1.  As 'Terry' pointed out, ssvnc and x11vnc are by a different author
>>> (http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/ssvnc.html).  In the end, these products may be
>>> where my issues are, but I cannot find anywhere to ask questions, report bugs,
>>> etc. for these tools.  I've sent Mr. Runge an email directly, but no response.
>>> Does anyone have any idea where I can get support for x11vnc and ssvnc? Perhaps
>>> it is Karl Runge who has lost interest in maintaining these tools and I need to
>>> find other solutions.
>>>
>>> 2.  With my configuration, I've found that about 60% of the time the parenthesis
>>> keys auto-repeat -- and only those keys.  If I type a ')' I can expect my line
>>> to fill with those keys until I press another key.  This may be a problem with
>>> x11vnc.  Has anyone else experienced this problem? If people on this list are
>>> not using x11vnc as the server, what are you using?
>>>
>>> How do you handle secure connections?
>>>
>>> 3.  Where are config settings for TightVNC viewer kept on Windows? Whenever I
>>> start tightVNC through ssvnc I have to set my scaling, full-screen mode and
>>> local cursor every time.  I can save the settings, but they are never reloaded.
>>> If I start tightVNC standalone (no ssvnc) my settings are remembered.  I need to
>>> understand where tighVNC is looking for these settings so I can go there and fix
>>> this problem.
>>>
>>> Objective: I am experimenting with this in preparation for potentially getting
>>> rid of Windows at the office (due to security issues with Windows 10) and using
>>> Ubuntu workstations instead.  Staff is currently able to log into their Windows
>>> workstations from home using Remote Desktop Connection.  I am looking at VNC to
>>> replace RDC when their work computer is Ubuntu.  The problem is that I cannot
>>> expect non-technical users to redo their viewer settings each time they connect,
>>> nor could they live with repeating parentheses keys.
>>>
>>> Thanks for any help you can give me.
>>>
>>> --Mark
>>>
>>>> From: Jerry Wetherholt<[hidden email]>
>>>> Subject: Re: Is TightVNC dead?
>>>> Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2015 19:21:15 -0600
>>>> [hidden email]
>>>>
>>>> mark maybe yiu sould ask why is list dead? maybe it had issues on server or
>>>> something if that nature instead of bashing you frustrations out in open.
>>>> easier to ask question than to be very agressive towards list and strangers
>>>>
>>>> jerry
>>>>
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>>
>>>>> On Nov 17, 2015, at 5:04 PM, Mark Foley<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Wow this is the least active list I've subscribed to. Are there really not that
>>>>> many people interested in VNC? Seem like with tele-commuting all the rage there
>>>>> should be a lot of interest.
>>>>>
>>>>> How about some info on resources? Is there a place to report bugs for TightVNC?
>>>>> Is there a place to report issues with x11vnc? A listserve for x11vnc? Likewise
>>>>> such resources for ssvnc?
>>>>>
>>>>> Has development on these VNC tools generally stopped? If so, I'd rather not use
>>>>> something that will get more obsolescent as time goes on. Perhaps I'll redirect
>>>>> my efforts to RealVNC or some other product.
>>>>>
>>>>> Thoughts? Opinions?
>>>>>
>>>>> --Mark
>>>>>
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Try tigervnc it's belong actively developed, the TVNC guys have been working only on windows for the last few years.

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
From: Patrick Shoaf
Sent: Thursday, 19 November 2015 07:07
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Can anyone provide me with any new information on TightVNC for Linux?
-- Is there going to be a version 2?
-- Was version 2 only to improve upon the Windows platform? (A constantly moving target ;-) )
--  Is there any chance that the current version (1.3.10) could be built into a RPM package and made available?

--

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Re: VNC-Tight-list Digest, Vol 111, Issue 6

Mark Foley
I mentioned in a previous message that sometimes "mature" and "stable" mean "no
longer developed/supported" ...

Two suggestions that would help me that can't be too much work:

1.  TightVNC should provide some type of encryption, which are recent feature
requests 714 and 694 http://sourceforge.net/p/vnc-tight/feature-requests/.  This
would mitigate the need for separate tunneling programs.

2.  On Windows, there should be a default .vnc file.  If it exists, TVNC should
get settings from there.  This is my big problem now.  I am launching TNVC
viewer from ssvnc which creates a tunnel, but cannot accept command line options
(like -optionsfile) to the VNC viewer.  Therefore, I have to reset my options
each time I run TVNC viewer via ssvnc.  If there were a default .vnc file, this
problem would go away.  I haven't seen this one on the feature request page.  I
may add it.

btw - there are 24 pages of 25 feature requests per page! The most recent page
goes from January, 2014 to present with a current total of 719 open requests.
The oldest request is from 2002.  I would say there is not a lot being done on
this product lately.

--Mark

-----Original Message-----

> Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2015 11:13:07 +1100
> Subject: Re: VNC-Tight-list Digest, Vol 111, Issue 6
> From: James Gardiner <[hidden email]>
> To: vnc-tight-list <[hidden email]>
>
> The main issue here is that tightVNC appears to be "not" moving forward.
> The current version was released about when windows 8 came out..  So it
> still worked under windows 8, 8.1  and now 10..  But there appears to be no
> tweaking of it to suite the newer windows OSs.
> This to anyone looks bad, move to next actively improving VNC version.
>
> So what if its solid.. great.   But you also need to look like a project
> that is evolving..
>
> We need a new release that is tweaked to windows10 period if you want
> tightVNC to keep its following..  And I do..
>
> There must be some type of improvements we can do?
> What is on the bug/request tracker..
>
> James
>
>
> Regards,
> James Gardiner
> [m] +61 4 12 997011
>
> *digitAll *pty ltd / Finishing Room / ClubMovie / CineTechGeek
> Development Office
> One Kings Place,
> South Melbourne, VIC 3205
> [p] +61 3 9686 5415
>
> www.digitall.net.au  -- www.finishingroom.com.au -- www.clubmovie.com.au --
> www.cinetechgeek.com
>
> On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 10:35 AM, <
> [hidden email]> wrote:
>
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> >
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> > Today's Topics:
> >
> >    1. Re: Is TightVNC dead? (Jim)
> >    2. Re: TightVNC on Linux (John Serink)
> >
> >
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 1
> > Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2015 16:18:56 -0700
> > From: Jim <[hidden email]>
> > Subject: Re: Is TightVNC dead?
> > To: [hidden email], [hidden email]
> > Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252"
> >
> > +1 for X-Windows
> >
> > The X-Windows/X-Term architecture has much more flexibility than Patrick
> > described and has been part of the *nix world for a long time.  As he
> > says, X is more efficient than VNC across a network since it sends only
> > events and not graphics.  You can have multiple displays running
> > remotely from a single Ubuntu system each one independent of the others
> > - I think that's an additional license fee on Windows.
> >
> > X-Windowing for Windows is available as part of cigwin:
> >
> > http://x.cygwin.com/
> >
> > For security reasons, remote sessions have been removed from the default
> > configuration (on Linux and Windows) for a number of years, but I think
> > can still be enabled with a simple configuration change.
> >
> > If you're currently running within X then the -X option to ssh will let
> > you run graphical programs remotely while viewing the windows on your
> > display - I didn't know that putty would do the same, but I'm not
> > surprised.
> >
> > There are other VNC-like technologies that are used as part of
> > virtualization on Linux - don't really follow that world, but a little
> > research should find them.
> >
> >
> > On 11/18/2015 04:09 PM, Patrick Shoaf wrote:
> > > Actually, there is a way to display apps running on Linux on a Windows
> > > machine.
> > > Install on windows putty and Cygwin-X.  Configure putty to allow X11
> > > forwarding. Start your Cygwin-X server session, SSH into you Linux box
> > > with putty, and start your application.  Ex Firefox&  I use the & to
> > > put the program in the back ground and not tie up the SSH session.
> > > You will then see Firefox on your Windows desktop.  The application
> > > will run and process on the Linux Box, files will be uploaded and
> > > downloaded and stored on the Linux Box, only the display, keyboard and
> > > mouse data will traverse any network.  Better performance than using
> > > VNC, as you are only transferring the window data, not the entire
> > > desktop data.  Less data to transfer, faster performance.
> > >
> > > On on local 1G LAN, there is minimal difference in performance between
> > > RDP and VNC.  Difference is more in features, RDP provides, Drive
> > > mapping, printer mapping, clipboard sharing, etc. VNC provides File
> > > Transfer and some clipboard sharing.  VNC is the best solution for
> > > support on a network.
> > >
> > > *Patrick Shoaf*
> > > IT Special Projects
> > > [hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>
> > >
> > > *Model Cleaners, Uniforms & Apparel
> > > Model Ohio Enterprises dba The Fussy Cleaners*
> > > 100 Third Street
> > > Charleroi, PA 15022
> > > Direct Dial: 724-565-2033
> > > 724-489-4386 Fax
> > > www.modelcleaners.com <http://www.modelcleaners.com>
> > > www.modelapparel.com <http://www.modelapparel.com>
> > > www.modeluniforms.com <http://www.modeluniforms.com>
> > > www.thefussycleaners.com <http://www.thefussycleaners.com>
> > >
> > > On 11/18/2015 5:48 PM, Russell Reagan wrote:
> > >> Only my opinion, but VNC is not in the same ballpark as Microsoft's
> > Remote Desktop Services or similar products (Citrix, etc). VNC has its
> > place, typically more in remote administration of Linux/Mac or remote
> > controlling PCs for desktop support. RDS is built for application delivery
> > even over slow connections. VNC is fine for quick system administration
> > activities, but if I had to use it to perform my day to day job on a remote
> > computer all day long, I would find a different job. There is a big
> > difference in what RDS/Citrix are doing and what VNC does.
> > >>
> > >> As for securing the connection, if this is an office environment, is
> > there a VPN in place? A VPN with two-factor authentication will be more
> > secure than anything where you are forwarding ports that are open to the
> > entire internet.
> > >>
> > >> What kinds of Windows 10 security issues are you trying to overcome? I
> > am not aware of anything bad enough to warrant changing platforms. If you
> > are switching because you like Linux better, that's fine. But Windows is
> > pretty secure if it's configured properly, so I am curious what you mean by
> > this.
> > >>
> > >> The short answer is, there is no Linux equivalent of RDS/Citrix. Well,
> > maybe a VDI solution like VMWare View would get you close, but for that you
> > are talking major IT infrastructure needs, and the large cost that comes
> > with it.
> > >>
> > >> Sent from my iPhone
> > >>
> > >>> On Nov 18, 2015, at 8:28 AM, Mark Foley<[hidden email]>
> > wrote:
> > >>>
> > >>> My apologies for expressing my frustration. Yes, I've been frustrated.
> > I've had
> > >>> other private responses to this message with most people saying
> > everything works
> > >>> just fine for them, mature product, etc. I understand low list traffic
> > being
> > >>> relatied to a lack of problems, which is good. At the same time, I'm
> > not getting
> > >>> responses to my questions, hence my irritating post. No offense
> > intended.
> > >>>
> > >>> My problem is everything doesn't work just fine for me which is why I
> > turned to
> > >>> this list for help.  Perhaps it's the combination of tools I'm using.
> > Perhaps no
> > >>> one knows the answer.  I've posted questions, but have not received
> > much
> > >>> feedback.  I will restate my issues here and hopefully people with
> > knowledge
> > >>> about these things can help.
> > >>>
> > >>> My setup is using TightVNC viewer 2.7.10 on Windows 7 via ssvnc 1.0.30
> > to
> > >>> connect to x11vnc server 0.9.13 on Ubuntu 14.04.
> > >>>
> > >>> 1.  As 'Terry' pointed out, ssvnc and x11vnc are by a different author
> > >>> (http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/ssvnc.html).  In the end, these
> > products may be
> > >>> where my issues are, but I cannot find anywhere to ask questions,
> > report bugs,
> > >>> etc. for these tools.  I've sent Mr. Runge an email directly, but no
> > response.
> > >>> Does anyone have any idea where I can get support for x11vnc and
> > ssvnc? Perhaps
> > >>> it is Karl Runge who has lost interest in maintaining these tools and
> > I need to
> > >>> find other solutions.
> > >>>
> > >>> 2.  With my configuration, I've found that about 60% of the time the
> > parenthesis
> > >>> keys auto-repeat -- and only those keys.  If I type a ')' I can expect
> > my line
> > >>> to fill with those keys until I press another key.  This may be a
> > problem with
> > >>> x11vnc.  Has anyone else experienced this problem? If people on this
> > list are
> > >>> not using x11vnc as the server, what are you using?
> > >>>
> > >>> How do you handle secure connections?
> > >>>
> > >>> 3.  Where are config settings for TightVNC viewer kept on Windows?
> > Whenever I
> > >>> start tightVNC through ssvnc I have to set my scaling, full-screen
> > mode and
> > >>> local cursor every time.  I can save the settings, but they are never
> > reloaded.
> > >>> If I start tightVNC standalone (no ssvnc) my settings are remembered.
> > I need to
> > >>> understand where tighVNC is looking for these settings so I can go
> > there and fix
> > >>> this problem.
> > >>>
> > >>> Objective: I am experimenting with this in preparation for potentially
> > getting
> > >>> rid of Windows at the office (due to security issues with Windows 10)
> > and using
> > >>> Ubuntu workstations instead.  Staff is currently able to log into
> > their Windows
> > >>> workstations from home using Remote Desktop Connection.  I am looking
> > at VNC to
> > >>> replace RDC when their work computer is Ubuntu.  The problem is that I
> > cannot
> > >>> expect non-technical users to redo their viewer settings each time
> > they connect,
> > >>> nor could they live with repeating parentheses keys.
> > >>>
> > >>> Thanks for any help you can give me.
> > >>>
> > >>> --Mark
> > >>>
> > >>>> From: Jerry Wetherholt<[hidden email]>
> > >>>> Subject: Re: Is TightVNC dead?
> > >>>> Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2015 19:21:15 -0600
> > >>>> To:[hidden email]
> > >>>>
> > >>>> mark maybe yiu sould ask why is list dead? maybe it had issues on
> > server or
> > >>>> something if that nature instead of bashing you frustrations out in
> > open.
> > >>>> easier to ask question than to be very agressive towards list and
> > strangers
> > >>>>
> > >>>> jerry
> > >>>>
> > >>>> Sent from my iPhone
> > >>>>
> > >>>>> On Nov 17, 2015, at 5:04 PM, Mark Foley<[hidden email]>
> > wrote:
> > >>>>>
> > >>>>> Wow this is the least active list I've subscribed to. Are there
> > really not that
> > >>>>> many people interested in VNC? Seem like with tele-commuting all the
> > rage there
> > >>>>> should be a lot of interest.
> > >>>>>
> > >>>>> How about some info on resources? Is there a place to report bugs
> > for TightVNC?
> > >>>>> Is there a place to report issues with x11vnc? A listserve for
> > x11vnc? Likewise
> > >>>>> such resources for ssvnc?
> > >>>>>
> > >>>>> Has development on these VNC tools generally stopped? If so, I'd
> > rather not use
> > >>>>> something that will get more obsolescent as time goes on. Perhaps
> > I'll redirect
> > >>>>> my efforts to RealVNC or some other product.
> > >>>>>
> > >>>>> Thoughts? Opinions?
> > >>>>>
> > >>>>> --Mark
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> > Message: 2
> > Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2015 23:34:49 +0000
> > From: John Serink <[hidden email]>
> > Subject: Re: TightVNC on Linux
> > To: Patrick Shoaf <[hidden email]>,
> >         "[hidden email]"
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> > Try tigervnc it's belong actively developed, the TVNC guys have been
> > working only on windows for the last few years.
> >
> > Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
> > From: Patrick Shoaf
> > Sent: Thursday, 19 November 2015 07:07
> > To: [hidden email]
> > Reply To: [hidden email]
> > Subject: TightVNC on Linux
> >
> >
> > Can anyone provide me with any new information on TightVNC for Linux?
> > -- Is there going to be a version 2?
> > -- Was version 2 only to improve upon the Windows platform? (A constantly
> > moving target ;-) )
> > --  Is there any chance that the current version (1.3.10) could be built
> > into a RPM package and made available?
> >
> > --
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